Posted at: 10/04/2013 2:40 PM
North Iowa Man Convicted On Two Counts Of Sexual Abuse
Clarence Miller in court on Tuesday
Photo Courtesy of the Mason City Globe Gazette
A Thompson, Iowa man is convicted on 2 counts of sexual abuse after a verdict Friday morning in Butler County Court.
Clarence Miller was found guilty of second degree sexual abuse and could face up to 25 years in prison on each charge.
Miller was accused of assaulting two 8 year old girls at his home and in his car between January 2010 and August of 2012.
Meanwhile, Winnebago County Attorney Adam Sauer tells ABC 6 News that Miller still faces 4 additional counts of second degree sexual abuse involving other children in Bremer County Iowa and Butler County Iowa.
Sauer said prosecutors are still deciding on whether to proceed with those trials which are scheduled to start October 14 in Waverly and October 28 in Allison.
The 80 year old Miller is scheduled to be sentenced on November 26 in Winnebago County court.